The E3 2010 is entering its last day today. It has been a great show so far with exciting announcements and impressive demos of new games and video game hardware.
Microsoft Kinect is keeping still maintaining a heavy buzz, but as our man at the E3 show floor reports there is also some concerns if this hype will translate into sales.
The Nintendo 3DS is also still generating very positive buzz, but without knowing when Nintendo is actually unleashing the 3D DS is unnerving.
We also went hands-on with two unlikely products appearing at a video game show. We tested the Honda CR-Z and the super awesome Parrot AR Drone. The Parrot AR drone will cost $299 and launch in September. Expensive, but totally worth it.
More E3 2010 hands-on reports:
Gears of War III: First Look
Gamer Grub: I Eat It So You Don't Have To
PlayStation Move: Hands-On Report From E3
Dragon Nest At E3: Adora-badass
Vindictus: A Free MMO That Lets You Beat People To Death With Masonry
Dungeon Fighter Online: Street Fighter Meets WoW
E3 2010 started on June 15th and the highlights of E3 2010 are the Nintendo 3DS, Playstation Move, Kinect for Xbox 360 and the new Xbox 360 on sale now.
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